July 26, 2007 - JAPAN TOUR DATES, THE U.S. TOUR, SETLIST, FAN CLUB AND MORE
Just wanted to say that it has been a lot of entertainment for me the last three weeks getting to come back and spend time with you each morning.
Its as if y'all are in my house having coffee each morning, in my robe, waiting for the noise level to go up in the other ends of my home.
I really hope to see as many of you as possible on this next leg and as you prolly noticed on the Killing Road page, we have added our Japanese dates and we are excited about our returning to The Land Of The Rising Sun.
But first, we must travel across the USA and we are going to be playing in some small places, so there will be some very intimate shows. These are the ones that I usually chit-chat a bit, and I am usually pretty talkative after those kind of shows.
And I am not the only one that likes to talk with you Droogs; I know the other three are really stoked to be going back out soon, and they are very approachable (unless you are the dudes from the festival in France that they hate - lol).
Anyway, "Gloria" reminded me I haven't had my coffee yet today and how important that is to me and kickstarting my morning.
Now, I am going to spend the rest of the day trying to see if "Burnt Ice" would be good to add into our set. I was thinking "Play For Blood", but I also wanna play "UA" and "Amerikhastan."
So, I started my pre-tour ritual yesterday of beginning my sugar detox before the tour and hitting the cardio to get my heart rate up and the old airbags ready to sing. It is hard cutting out the candy! Geez!
That and all the stuff I like is loaded with salt or sugar or fat, and I am pretty disgusted with having to give up my Jolly Ranchers and Coke as it is. Its ok though, in just a few months, I'll be back at Cold Stone having Ice Cream!
And I know that I never gain any weight when I go to Japan because all I do is eat mushy french toast for breakfast (fully cooked french toast is make-believe to some Chefs in the hotels we stay in), eat some fast food garbage for lunch, and eat sushi for dinner.
I hope that one day when we are over in Japan I will get to introduce Marty to Glen and the boys. I know they have tremendous respect for him.
So, my lovelies, thank you for your support. I have to get busy, and I know that our beloved webmaster has some new surprises for our MFC members (I just saw it MegaDave), and I wish you all have a great day!
PS - Saw the nod from BW&BK. Thank you Tim and the gang!